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PH Treatments: What's on the Horizon

May 28, 2010 

Join Dr. Ivan Robbins of Vanderbilt University for an update on current clinical trials and PH treatments currently in development, followed by Q & A. An Internet connection and telephone are necessary for participation.

PHA's 2009-2010 monthly e-Learning Events series was made possible through an unrestricted educational grant from Pfizer Inc.

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Ivan Robbins, MDIvan Robbins, MD
Vanderbilt University


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